Evening AFC West notes
September, 30, 2011
By Bill Williamson | ESPN.com
In a fascinating tale, New England coach Bill Belichick talked about interviewing for the Raiders’ head-coaching job with owner Al Davis in 1990s. Belichick knew he didn’t have much of a chance to be hired. Since John Madden retired in 1978, all 11 of Oakland’s head coaches have been offensive specialists. Belichick is a defensive guru. Could you imagine if Belichick did go to Oakland? I wonder what could have happened.
- The San Diego Union Tribune is reporting Chargers’ pass-rusher Travis LaBoy was fined $15,000 for a head hit on Kansas City quarterback Matt Cassel in Sunday’s San Diego win.
- In a video, Kansas City offensive coordinator Bill Muir discusses Cassel’s critical interception at the end of the San Diego game last week.